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Much Ado about Nothing

Summary: Demonstration on why Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" illustrates the literary term "comedy of errors."
Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing is a classic illustration of the literary term "comedy of errors." Writers employ this genre when the sequences of events in a play is positively ridiculous and absurd an yet resolved happily Indeed, as Much Ado About Nothing progresses, rumors are overheard and lies are told, giving each character a different idea of who is who, and what is true, but by the final scene, the protagonists of both story lines are bound for the altar despite the cases of misunderstandings, miscommunication, and mistaken identity.

When the play opens, the audience believes Beatrice, ex-wife of Benedick, a young lord of Padua, despises Benedick, and Benedick despises Beatrice. In a case of mistaken identity at a masquerade party, Beatrice, mistakes Benedick's identity for that of a disguised stranger and speaks about Benedick- how he is the Prince's jester, and a very dull...

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